Metal Sampler

By: anonymous

36 songs / 2:46:39

  1. 1 AC/DC / Sin City 05:24
  2. 2 Alice Cooper / Cold Ethyl 02:59
  3. 3 Axe / Holdin' On 06:48
  4. 4 Black Sabbath / Sabbra Cadabra Pt. 1 05:29
  5. 5 Cheap Trick / Auf Wiedersehen 03:36
  6. 6 David Bowie/Nine Inch Nails / Reptile 06:25
  7. 7 Deep Purple / Smoke On the Water 06:44
  8. 8 Dio / Straight Through The Heart 04:37
  9. 9 Dokken / Paris Is Burning 04:51
  10. 10 Exodus / And Then There Were None 04:38
  11. 11 Fastway / Give It Some Action 04:17
  12. 12 Goblin Cock / We Got A Bleeder 04:18
  13. 13 Heaven / Madness 03:48
  14. 14 The Joe Perry Project / Ready On the Firing Line 03:52
  15. 15 Jane's Addiction / Pigs in Zen 06:03
  16. 16 Judas Priest / Metal Gods 04:09
  17. 17 Kick Axe / Heavy Metal Shuffle 03:58
  18. 18 Kiss / Creatures Of The Night 03:57
  19. 19 Kix / Atomic Bombs 03:31
  20. 20 Kowloon Walled City / Paper Houses 03:31
  21. 21 Krokus / Heatstrokes 04:04
  22. 22 Motley Crue / Bastard 03:07
  23. 23 Motorhead / Shine 02:59
  24. 24 Orixa / Umbabarauma (Ponta de Lanca Africano) 04:01
  25. 25 Ozzy Osbourne / I Don't Know 05:00
  26. 26 Queensryche / Blinded 03:28
  27. 27 Quiet Riot / Metal Health (Bang Your Head) 06:01
  28. 28 Rainbow / Man On The Silver Mountain 04:30
  29. 29 Ronnie Montrose / Open Fire 04:07
  30. 30 Saxon / Princess Of The Night 04:08
  31. 31 Scorpions / Another Piece of Meat 04:52
  32. 32 Slade / Mama Weer All Crazee Now 05:47
  33. 33 Ted Nugent / Stranglehold 10:39
  34. 34 Twisted Sister / We're Gonna Make It 03:04
  35. 35 Warship / We've Never Been Equal 03:22
  36. 36 Y&T / Open Fire 04:35

Here's a sampling of some of the heaviest, loudest, and rockingest metal on the site. Take an aural trip with the Black Sabbath family tree, other classic '70s groups, '80s hair bands, and more. To help with browse-ability, the list is arranged alphabetically by artist. Some highlights include Randy Rhoads playing in Ozzy Osbourne's 1981 band; the thrash metal of Exodus, which is probably the most aggressive music on the site; Joe Perry of Aerosmith playing in his 1980 side project; and guitarist extraordinaire Ronnie Montrose on a solo tour in '78. Enjoy!